secretiveness

[ see-kri-tiv, si-kree- ]SEE DEFINITION OF secretiveness
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His secretiveness only makes me like him the more, probably because I myself am so garrulous.

I know and am heartily in sympathy with the reason for her secretiveness.

Reticence and secretiveness are excellent things in their way; but this too may be overdone.

The indifference of other people is a false term for the secretiveness of oneself.

Such is the depth and secretiveness of children, whom we call transparent.

Under her Tuscan volubility there was also the Tuscan secretiveness.

His secretiveness and love of solitude clung to him to the last.

At all events, the degree of his secretiveness is extraordinary.

There has always been an air of mystery and secretiveness about him.

Then have you noticed in me much such 'secretiveness and reserve'?

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